If you haven’t registered for the Bluegrass Institute’s Friedman Legacy Night at Louisville’s Slugger Field, 401 E. Main St., this Thursday, July 30, you may still do so here.
While Dr. Milton Friedman won the Nobel Prize for economics, he and his wife Rose Friedman dedicated much of their lives and treasure to championing the cause of educational liberty, particularly in promoting school choice for children from low-income families.
Join us for a fun night of baseball, food, fellowship and school choice! It all begins at 6:30 p.m. We will answer your questions about the performance of Kentucky’s public-education system and the need for school choice in the Bluegrass State.
One of the characteristics of Dr. Friedman’s life that has always impressed me is that while he was a great champion for freedom who was very effective in making the case for free markets and free people, he also enjoyed his journey.
So, we the Institute thought it would only be appropriate this year to celebrate the life and legacy of this happy warrior for freedom by having fun while we promote the great cause of school choice in Kentucky.
Again, you may register here.
See you at the ballpark!